Ceramics Workshops

Spring, Late Spring, & Summer:

Spring: March 4 - April 27 (8 weeks)
Late Spring: April 29 - May 25 (4 weeks)
Summer A: June 3 - June 30 (4 weeks)
Summer B: July 8 - August 3 (4 weeks)

 

PLEASE NOTE: If there is no registration link available, class registrations are limited to Benefactor and Above memberships until February 26th.  

Due to unforeseen delays with the Village of Tequesta, the reopening date of our beloved 3D studio remains uncertain. However, we are excited to share that in January 2024, we will be launching a satellite ceramic studio at our 385 location. While this temporary space may be more intimate, it will continue to host our cherished ceramic and sculpture classes. Please be mindful that availability in this satellite studio will be limited, so early registration is strongly encouraged.

Sculpting the Human Head : Portrait with Eduardo Gomez

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Days & Times:
February 23 and 24, 9am-4pm
Level:
All Levels Welcomed
Location:
385 Building, Ceramic Satellite Studio
Instructor:

The workshop will cover basic anatomy of the head and anatomical proportions. It will also cover anatomical issues related to aging and race and facial expressions. It will teach students how to use the shape and the planes of the face to obtain a general likeness. We will also study different ways of modeling the individual parts such as the nose, lips, ears and eyes. Certain surface finishing techniques will also be covered.

The class will also cover basic design issues involved in designing a bust sculpture as well as how to prepare it for firing or molding, and different mounting options. Workshop includes 25lbs of low fire clay and one bisque firing.

Modern Take on China Paint

Modern Take On China Paint
Days & Times:
February 16th & 17th, 10am-4pm
Level:
All Skill Levels Welcome
Location:
385 Building, Ceramic Satellite Studio
Instructor:
Instructor:

This hands-on, 2 day workshop is a modern take on traditional china painting surfaces. Students will be introduced to the materials and techniques used in the process of china painting on ceramics. Through a variety of exploring applications on both glazed surfaces (both white and colors) and unglazed bisque students will gain experience and know how to achieve desired design and surface decorations on their very own ceramic masterpieces.

Students are highly encouraged to bring in personal previously glazed work to decorate. All materials will be provided.